TO REPORT AN INJURED OR AT-RISK
Virginia Range horse, click HERE
or scroll further down this page for QR code
TO REPORT INJURED OR AT RISK
VIRGINIA RANGE WILD HORSES,
PLEASE USE THIS LINK TO OUR REPORTING FORM
PLEASE DO NOT USE SOCIAL MEDIA TO REPORT INCIDENTS INVOLVING VIRGINIA RANGE WILD HORSES - THANK YOU FOR CARING AND HELPING US HELP THE HORSES!!
OR download a qr code reader app to your phone to link to this form
Support HVWHPF's winter hay fundraiser by purchasing raffle tickets for a chance to win:
2 tickets to the Celtic Thunder X concert
PLUS 2 VIP passes to the sound check
and Celtic Thunder X Double Deluxe DVD set
Concert is November 9, 2018 at the Silver Legacy Casino, Reno, NV
Celtic Thunder X Double Deluxe CD Set
$25 gift certificate to Foothill Feed & Mercantile
Raffle Tickets $10 each
Click HERE to purchase
Or purchase in person at
Foothill Feed & Mercantile
1330 Geiger Grade Road, Reno, NV
Wild Horses are icons of American Culture. They are symbols of freedom and are the elemental bridge between the ancient rhythms of nature and the contemporary human being. In today's world, we simply throw away our cars, toys, furniture, clothes, and yes, even our animals when we tire of them. No one is to blame. We’ve just forgotten what nature presented to us. As civilization closes in on them, the wild horses' struggle for survival intensifies. Our federal and local governments have often turned their backs on these beautiful creatures and failed to execute their responsibilities as guardians and caregivers.
Hidden Valley Wild Horse Protection Fund (HVWHPF) is a non-profit 501(c)3, all volunteer organization founded over 30 years ago and incorporated in 2008 to protect the free roaming wild horses of Nevada's Virginia Range.
In 2012 HVHWHPF, backed by American Wild Horse Campaign and a coalition of wild horse organizations and individual donations, were able to purchase 149 horses (some pregnant) that had been removed from the range by the State of Nevada to keep them from being purchased to ship for slaughter.
HVWHPF continues to work to protect horses still in the wild on the range, as well as caring for, and seeking safe adoptive homes for, the rescued horses where they can live out their lives with love and compassion.